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The Journey of a Himalayan
416 pp, 112 Photographs, 51/2 x 8 1/2, Hardcover, ISBN 978-1-877854-49-7, US $70.00
The author grew up in the world of Kriya from age 12. This title includes discussions and conversations on Kriya with Swami Satyananda and Mahamuni Babaji.
The Kriya Sutras of Babaji are presented with special references to Bible quotations.
The author's sixteen pilgrimages are described in detail, including his pilgrimage with Mahamuni Babaji in the Himalayas.
The roadmap of the Original Kriya discipline discusses the 108 steps of Kriya taught directly by Mahamuni Babaji to Lahiri Mahasay and highlights the importance of the personal relationship between Master and disciple.
The Ultimate Book:
2 volumes, 2132 pp, 77 Photographs, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, Hardcover, ISBN 978-1-877854-50-7, US $475.00
A Few Words about Yoga Vasistha
Since the interpretation is in the light of synthesis of Yoga Vedanta, it would be appropriate to define these two words: Yoga and Vedanta in proper perspective in the spiritual light.
Yoga-chitta-vritti-nirodha - Which means "Yoga is a tranquil state of Consciousness when the waves (vrittis) of the heart (chitta) are eliminated (nirodha)". In other words, when the restless waves of the heart are made tranquil, it is a state of Yoga. The restless thoughts or the confused intellect of the heart and mind is dissolved, and then it is a state of Yoga, Sthirattva, eternal Tranquility, and Peace.
Therefore, Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline; it has nothing to do with physical exercises. In reality, the asana (a posture of the body - seating) is a steadfast condition of the mind which consequently shapes the body posture, and so Yoga has nothing to do with the body. It is directly related with the heart and mind. So where is the scope of doing anything with the body? Its primary intension is to dissolve the mind or the intellect and tranquilize the heart.
Now, the word Vedanta; it can be scanned into two words: Veda which means "knowing" or "knowledge" and anta which means "the end"; therefore, the word Vedanta means "the end of knowing or knowledge."
Thus the combined perspective of Yoga and Vedanta brings the state of eternal Tranquility (Sthirattva) at the end of knowing (realizing the Self); with nothing more left to know as the knowing mind or the intellect itself is dissolved in its very Source, attaining the state of eternal Tranquility (Chira Santi) and then "suddenly becomes eternal Silence (Chira Mouna). …."
Yogacharya Sri Sri Panchanan Bhattacharya
The Chief Disciple of Lahiri Mahasay
His Notes in the Light of Kriya on The Bhagavad Gita (Aryya Mission Gita)
406 pp, 55 Illustrations, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, Hardcover, ISBN 1-877854-48-4, US $50.00
This book contains the following features, valuable documents and information:
- Historical handwritten letters of Lahiri Mahasay written to his Chief Disciple, Panchanan Bhattacharya, and to his eldest son, Tinkori Lahiri, who was living with Panchanan Bhattacharya.
- Autobiography of Panchanan Bhattacharya (what he wrote about himself.)
- Biography of Panchanan Bhattacharya
- The revelations of Sri Sri Chandi (the book of Divine Mother) and traditional worship of Goddess Durga in the Bhattacharya family.
- The list of the complete works of Panchanan Bhattacharya and a detailed reproduction of many of the books.
- The introductions written by Panchanan Bhattacharya in each title of Lahiri Mahasay.
- The Bhagavad Gita - Interpretations of Panchanan Bhattacharya, popularly known as "Aryya Mission Gita." This title was so popular that its Bengali and Hindi versions found its way into millions of homes in India. Now the world has a chance to read this famous interpretation.